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HTTP 500 Internal Server Error when using Transaction SOLMAN_SETUP

I am receiving an HTTP 500 Internal Server Error when using Transaction SOLMAN_SETUP from the Windows server 2012 server. The page is simply blank. I've also tried using Firefox. I can access the site http://<FQDN>:8000/sap/public/myssocntl?sap-client=001 from a remote computer as long as I call it from transaction SOLMAN_SETUP first. If I try to go directly to the site, it returns a blank page just like running locally on the server. It's almost like the SAP Logon's credentials are not being passed to the browser on Windows Server 2012. On the server, I can get to http://<FQDN>:8000/index.html.

I've checked the hosts file for the FQDN entry, as well as the icm/host_name_full parameter. They are good. I've tried replacing the FQDN:8000 with localhost:8000 and turned off Internet Explorer Enhanced Security.

I couldn't find any other discussions regarding this issue. Most of them had problems accessing the page remotely as well. I read somewhere that I need to access the page locally because remote logins are blocked to it remotely in order to log into the NWA_01 wizard for configuring a local SLD. I get a 403 Forbidden error when I try.

I'm guessing that this issue maybe unique to Windows Server 2012 and I'm hoping someone has come across a solution. Thank you!

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Hi Jason,

Please find the below points and check if it is applicable for your condition:

1.) Install JSDK1.4.2_19 and set the Java_Home environment variable to c:\jsdk1.4.2_19

2.)  Enter into Java Visual Administrator, selected cluster, expanded out "Server" then "Services" then scrolled down to "Security Provider" then in the components window I selected "sap.com/com.sap.engine.services.webservices.tool*wsnavigator" , clicked on the "Security Roles" Tab then under the "Security Roles" selected "WSNavigatorRole". From there I selected the edit button (Top Left - looks like a pencil) , under the mappings section clicked "Modify" then under "Security" selected "all" then Saved the results.

3.) Restart Java Instance

4.) Enter into Java Visual Administrator, selected cluster, expanded out "Server" then "Services" then scrolled down to "SLD Data Supplier" and under the "Runtime" tab I used the SLDDSUSER username as the default user for the SLD setup in solman_setup and entered into the password field the default password I had set during installation for all SAP accounts.

5.) As for the logon issues and forbidden screens, you probably need to add further authorizations to your IDs.

Look for:

SAP_J2EE_ADMIN

SAP_SLD_ADMINISTRATOR

If you want to, you can search for *J2EE*, *ADMIN* and *SLD*.

After you've added those roles to your ID, try logging in again and running the config.

Hope the above points will help you out.


Kindly provide points.

Many Thanks

Ajitabh

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